OPPO Find X2 Launch Set for February 23, Find X2 Pro Expected to Launch Alongside

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Just hours after we posted this article in which we talked about a leaked image of the OPPO Find X2, the company’s upcoming flagship-grade smartphone, we have additional information about this phone. According to GSMArena, OPPO has started sending out official launch invites for the OPPO Find X2. Per the invite, this phone is set to be officially announced two days before MWC 2020 kickstarts in Barcelona, Spain, on February 24, 2020.

The invite – an image of which has been embedded below – says that the launch event is scheduled for February 22 at 2 p.m., local time. OPPO also has an interesting tagline for the event — ‘Uncover the Ultimate.’

Let us now quickly delve into the expected specifications of this device.

OPPO Find X2 Specifications, Expected Price

The OPPO Find X2 being a flagship device is expected to feature high-end specs. The processor, therefore, is expected to be the Snapdragon 865 SoC from Qualcomm — currently the fastest available chipset for Android smartphones. Current rumors indicate the possibility of the phone featuring an AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution that measures 6.5-inches across. The display is also expected to boast of 120Hz refresh rate. Lest we forget to mention, the panel is also expected to curve towards the edges.

The camera setup is likely to include a primary 48MP camera that uses Sony’s new IMX689 sensor. The secondary camera is likely to use the IMX708 sensor mated to an ultrawide lens. The phone is also expected to feature a 13MP camera with a telephoto lens that should be capable of 5X zoom.

When the ‘original’ OPPO Find X was released, it was the first handset to feature a powered slider mechanism for the front-facing camera. Since then, however, pop-up cameras have become fairly common. The OPPO Find X2, however, will not retain the slider mechanism for the front camera and will instead use a standard front camera housed inside a punch-hole surrounded by the display.

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